with Fleetwood Max
Fri Mar 15
with Fleetwood Max
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Experience a Neil Diamond concert brought to life as Super Diamond presents 30 years of solid gold hits created by the American icon.Buy Tickets
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Genre: tribute band
Ticket Price: $22 advanced / $24 day of show / $39 reserved loft seating
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Super Diamond - Neil Diamond Tribute
When your parents popped in a Neil Diamond tape on repeat during long interstate road trips, you reluctantly sang along. Never thought you'd turn out to be a Diamond fan now, right? But singing along to "Sweet Caroline" and "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show" is so addictive now, you'd do anything to see Neil on stage. A band out of San Francisco can put a rest to that Diamond thirst. Super Diamond delivers a high-octane Diamond tribute show that rocks!
After assembling a band of truly kindred spirits, Surreal Neil and Super Diamond began to perform regularly in San Francisco and then all over the U.S., and something quite wonderful happened: people turned out in large numbers to see them, and returned again and again and again...
Fleetwood Max - Fleetwood Mac tribute
If you “never did believe in miracles, I’ve a feeling it’s time to try”.
We have put together the most talented musicians and vocalists to play tribute to one of the best bands ever: Fleetwood Mac…
Based in Northern San Diego County, Fleetwood Max! is Southern California’s premier Fleetwood Mac tribute act. We recreate the studio versions of all of Fleetwood Mac's greatest hits sung by Stevie, Lindsey and Christine!
Annie Heller, singing and playing the part of CHRISTINE MCVIE, tickles the ivories in style, and will undoubtedly get your ‘world turning’. Annie has been playing in local bands for over 20 years, including FAZE, Ask for Al, Smooth Operator Loss of Control and PopLife. She teaches music at a local local K-8th grade school and feels blessed to have met so many fine and danky musicians.
Kim portrays STEVIE NICKS. She ‘rings like a bell through the night’ and will make you believe as she dances with her tambourine. She began singing when she was 7 years old. It all started with choir and soon she fell in love with finding harmonies. She has sung in musicals, barbershop quartets, madrigal groups, and a couple of bands. And now? She is flying super high from the excitement of getting to sing with such totally amazing friends and musicians in Fleetwood Max!!
LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM is played by Jesus Guillermoprieto an amazing musician/singer. He’s no ‘second hand news’ when he’s tearing into the guitar and singing alongside the two other lead vocalists of the group. Playing the beach and variety scene since the mid 90’s with Mango Bay Band, Montego Bay Band and the San Diego BaySide band. Still playing with the SDBSB and the Jesus Jackson duo. “Playing with Fleetwood Max and performing the music from Fleetwood Mac is a dream come true” says Jesus G.
Curt Lusk takes on the role of JOHN MCVIE. Paul also plays bass in The Blasting Idiots - a staple around San Diego...
Greg “Bones” Jones rounds out our sound with his smooth guitar licks and does a mean PETER GREEN. Bones has been cutting his teeth around town performing at well known venues such as the Casbah, Bar Eleven, Soda Bar, and Bar Pink as a member of the original grit pop band Subsurfer. Added to his resume are gigs with the fashionably funky Tighten Ups, as well as stints with Black Sabbath and Bad Company tribute bands.
Matt Carruthers plays the part of Mick Fleetwood. Matt was introduced to the drums by his drummer-father at age 4. Through junior high and high school, he played in the jazz band, as well as 4 years of marching band. He was heavily influenced by the drumming of Neil Peart, Tommy Lee, John Bonham, as well as many others. Matt continued his music and drum studies, and holds a bachelors degree in music from California State University San Marcos.
“…and it lights up the night, and you see your gypsy.”